City-Parish employees, both active and inactive, that exist in the City-Parish Payroll System. The information includes employee current pay information, including any special pay. Special pay is earned per pay period.
This expenditures dataset includes a listing and description of City-Parish department-level spending. Data is captured from January 1, 2018 to present as any data prior to this date resides in multiple disparate systems in various formats, which were subsequently streamlined through the implementation of the City-Parish's enterprise resource planning system financial module in late 2017.
In an effort to protect certain information telephone numbers and account numbers are masked with X's. Also, the Check Number field only includes the last 4 digits of the check number.
The operating budget portion of Open Budget BR allows users to drill down into spending categories such as department-level and service-specific budgets. Browse the budget based on the fund or department and drill down to each spending category to better understand departmental expenses and revenue sources along with budgeted versus actual expenses incurred throughout the year, which can be viewed in greater detail at checkbook.brla.gov.
The City-Parish operating budget is supported by various revenue streams such as sales/use and property taxes, fees that range from occupational licenses to sewer user fees, bond sales, interagency transfers, and more. Projected revenues are used to responsibly develop the City-Parish budget each year with actual revenues collected throughout the year used to deliver critical services, programs, and projects to Baton Rouge residents.
Listing of all vendors registered to do business with City-Parish. Please note that these are all vendors registered and includes vendors who have never actually done business with the City-Parish. Registered vendors are notified of potential procurment opportunities.
Crimes reported in Baton Rouge and handled by the Baton Rouge Police Department. Crimes include Burglaries (Vehicle, Residential and Non-residential), Robberies (Individual and Business), Theft, Narcotics, Vice Crimes, Assault, Nuisance, Battery, Firearm, Homicides, Criminal Damage to Property, Sexual Assaults and Juvenile. In order to protect the privacy of sexual assault victims and juvenile victims, these incidents are not geocoded and will not be mapped.
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